Hi folks! Do you ever find yourself doing too much on a project, not knowing where to stop, or feeling like you have to do a lot in order to validate what you craft? “Oh my word,” you are probably saying to yourself, “This woman thinks too much.” Whelp, let me tell you, I’ve struggled for many years trying to simplify, live in the moment, and get out of this dang head. Art and craft has been one of my quintessential tools in that journey. Gardening, too. And with a decent amount of regularity, I am able to craft something not overthought which turns out to my liking.
The project I have to share with you today was crafted uber fast in one of those much appreciated inspired frenzies.
When I made this card, I was soooo digging squirting my mists, folks! Being messy about it, letting the liquids mix and spread on the page, and really, having those accidental patterns MAKE the composition of my project! The easy route!
Once my mists had dried, I scanned the surface for a clearing, and simply stamped this gorgeous woodblock stamp from Hampton Art right where it could shine. I love woodblock stamps – my preferred method of stamping. And I love the detail in this dragonfly. The text is also a Hampton Art/7Gypsies Woodblock stamp.
All the details are over at the Hampton Art Blog today. Hope you’ll stop by!